First Response Training has a wide range of American Safety and Health Institute courses to offer individuals, agencies and companies.
Our instructor cadre are not just qualified and authorized to instruct these courses, but are experienced in the skills they teach.
CPR/AED – ASHI CPR and AED is designed specifically for laypeople and is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting. This extremely flexible program will help prepare people to respond to a cardiac arrest and choking. This program conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC. Can be taught as Adult/Child/Infant; Child/Infant or Adult only.
Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid – ASHI Pediatric CPR, AED, and First Aid is an ideal training solution for schools, child care providers, youth sports coaches, and others required to learn how to respond to medical emergencies involving children.* This versatile program is based upon the 2015 CPR and First Aid Guidelines, Caring for Our Children, 3rd Ed, and other evidence-based treatment recommendations.
Basic First Aid – ASHI Basic First Aid was created to help students develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond. The program is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and conforms to the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid. Can be taught as Adult/Child/Infant; Child/Infant; or Adult only.
Combination CPR/AED and First Aid – ASHI CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid combination training was created to allow instructors an easy option for their students seeking a comprehensive training class. The program helps develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond. CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid combination training is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR, ECC, and First Aid. Can be taught as Adult/Child/Infant; or Adult only.
Bloodborne Pathogens – American Safety & Health Institute’s Bloodborne Pathogens program includes information that will help students understand what bloodborne pathogens are and how risks of exposure can be reduced for themselves and others. The program assists in satisfying the training requirements of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030.
Advanced Bleeding Control – Traumatic injury is one of the leading causes of death for people under 50 years of age in the US. A large portion of those deaths are from severe bleeding – the most treatable cause of death due to trauma. American Safety & Health Institute’s Advanced Bleeding Control is designed to provide detailed information on the control of severe external bleeding, including the use of direct pressure, commercial pressure bandages, tourniquets and packed dressings.
** Coming Soon!!** Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) – A course for building a safe and successful babysitting business ASHI’s Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) gives teenagers everything they need to know for safe and successful babysitting. From getting started with their business, to dealing with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving and first aid tips, the magazine-format CABS guide makes learning fun.
** Coming Soon!!** Emergency Medical Response (NOT for EMS or Fire Dept) – American Safety & Health Institute’s Emergency Medical Response (EMR) program is designed for non-EMS responders who desire or require certification in Emergency Medical Response. It is ideal for those who need training comparable to Emergency Medical Responder, but do not need licensure or credentialing from a state EMS agency. Intended audience: Government, corporate, industry, lifeguards, security personnel, law enforcement, corrections personnel, and other individuals who are not EMS professionals or healthcare providers.
**This course is not intended for those whose job requires response to emergencies such as Fire Department personnel, or Emergency Medical Services.**
Basic Life Support – This expert-level program helps keep healthcare professionals prepared and ready to respond as they encounter life-threatening emergencies, provide basic life support, and respond to choking and other airway obstruction incidents. ASHI’s Basic Life Support, BLS for Healthcare Providers and Professional Rescuers has been approved for training for Emergency Medical Services personnel and is accepted by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). The program is also CAPCE approved and widely accepted in more than 150 healthcare-related occupations.
** Coming Soon!!** Advanced First Aid – American Safety & Health Institute’s Advanced First Aid program is designed for non-EMS responders including government, corporate, industry, lifeguards, security personnel, law enforcement, corrections personnel and other individuals who are not EMS or healthcare providers but desire or require certification in Advanced First Aid.
** Coming Soon!!** High-Performance CPR – CPR guidelines define the most effective way to perform CPR. Yet there is a gap in quality between recommended guidelines and actual performance by most providers. High-performance CPR is a simple concept: improve the performance of CPR through high-quality skills, along with a practiced team approach, and the chance for survival improves. The program, available for delivery in classroom and blended learning options, also emphasizes the need for an ongoing effort to improve and maintain skills, with suggestions and tools for ongoing skill development. Intended Audience: Industrial emergency response teams, staff at long-term care facilities, lifeguards, law enforcement and correctional officers, as well as crowd management personnel at large gatherings.
** Coming Soon!!** Emergency Oxygen – Serious and life-threatening medical emergencies often cause oxygen to be depleted in the body leaving the victim at risk for shock. The ASHI Emergency Oxygen program focuses on administering emergency oxygen to breathing and non-breathing persons, emergency oxygen delivery systems, and integrating pulse oximetry.
** Coming Soon!!** Wilderness First Aid – In the wilderness, the stresses and constraints on rescuers may go far beyond those of urban emergencies. Wilderness rescuers have to cope with the weather, other wilderness hazards, and the psychological impact of an emergency in strange surroundings that may go on for days and put the survival of the whole group at risk. They also need to manage with whatever equipment they have or can improvise, and to take care of themselves as well as others in a potentially harsh environment.